#Readthemallthon progress & wrap-up

Here I will keep track of my Pokémon Indigo League Read-a-Thon progress. You can find all the info on this read-a-thon on the blog of Aentee (@read at midnight).

My Pokémon is Walrein (the 3rd evolution stage of Spheal!):

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Day 1 – August 14th

Read: 50 pages from HP 5 (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix)

Tweets: 2

Total CP today: +9

Current CP (including the 10 starting CP): 19

Day 2 – August 15th

Read: 20 pages from HP 5 (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix) & 120 pages from The Song of Achilles.

Tweets: 2

Total CP today: + 18

Current CP : 37

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July/August bookhaul

I’m not planning on buying anymore books this month (my wallet is empty), so I might as well post this now.

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In July, I officially graduated from my first Masters in Law (cum laude) at University. Of course I felt I was entitled to buy myself something to celebrate this achievement. I bought Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Illustrated Edition. I’ve had my eye on it since it came out but it never felt right to buy it for myself. The artwork is just stunning:

The good news is that I graduate from my second Masters in December, so that would be a good occasion to buy Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Illustrated Edition 😉

 

August

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MID YEAR BOOK FREAK OUT TAG

MID YEAR BOOK FREAK OUT TAG 2016

So this tag, created by ReadLikeWildfire and Ely Jayne, has been going all around Booktube for the past couple of months. Although technically we’re already past ‘mid year’, I thought it would be fun to do this tag as a first tag on my blog. This tag is also really helpful to structure my thoughts on the books that I’ve read so far and on the ones that  I want to read in the next couple of months.

Let’s get to the questions!

1illuminae. Best book you’ve read so far in 2016.

This is a hard one! I have already so many great books this year. Three honorable mentions are: A Thousand Splendid Suns, Mistborn and Station Eleven.

But the winner is: Illuminae. This book really took me by surprise. I was actually afraid to read it because of the different format, which I did not expect to like. However, the format was very fitting for this book and it is so action packed with wonderful characters!

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